The Scientific Committee is now calling for abstracts for the Conference (online submission).
This year, PHASA invites abstracts for the following types of submissions.
All abstracts submitted will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee. To maintain the high standards of previous conferences, the review process for the abstract submissions is intensive and thorough.
Research and community project abstracts may be submitted for oral or poster presentation formats:
Individual oral presentations allow for a brief overview of the major points / highlights of a particular project or programme. Oral presentations are limited to 15 minutes (10 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for discussion).
The posters are shared for a designated period of time, and authors must be available at specified times to present briefly on their research (3 minutes for presentation and 2 minutes for discussion). This format provides a unique opportunity for personal 'one-on-one' interaction and idea exchange. Abstracts are to be informational and report on work completed.
The abstract should be constructed using the format listed below. Please note the formats applicable to scientific or operational research.
Maximum word count- 350
Criteria for evaluating the quality of abstracts include originality of ideas and methods, concise presentation of methods and results, clarity of application and implementation, quality of writing, and relevance to conference themes.